Saturday, 19 August 2017

9 Tips for Healthier Munching at the Movies

Eating at the movies can be hazardous to your health. Movie theater serving sizes are larger than recommended servings — by a lot! And the foods sold in theaters are typically full of sodium, sugar, and fat, too.

In the real world, anything over 200 calories is considered a meal, not a snack. But order a large buttered popcorn at the theater and you’re getting 1,200 calories, not to mention extra salt and saturated fat in the butter. Or buy a box of Sno-Caps and you’re not just getting sugar: Chocolate contains saturated fat, too.

The best strategy for going to the movies? Try not to go hungry! But if you must munch on something, follow the above tips.

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